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  1. Back to the issue of the jquery mobile CSS...I need to modify the look of the select-option-select dropdowns. Any clues how to do this without changing the existing ones would be appreciated.
  2. A little confused on the payment modules. On the osc contribution page for iOSC, it says for ver 6.0 that: - Support for all payment modules of standard OsC (catalog/ext/modules/payment/) And was news to me...because I thought the ones OsC uses are in catalog/modules/includes/payment/ And in fact I have modified those and know that they are the ones being used. I also notice that the same modules in catalog/ext/modules/payment/ are also in catalog/mobile/ext/modules/payment/ Kind of lost here on what's what...
  3. Thanks for the info on CSS. I had found the new (to me) jquery stuff based on this in the iOSC code: <body class="ui-mobile-viewport ui-overlay-c"> I also found other folks confused by the same issue of the CSS being forced on them and needing to over-ride it.
  4. I obviously need to give myself a little schoolin'. There are some css technologies going on that I am unfamiliar with. I was hoping someone could point me to what I need to study. I notice there are div's with classes not in my source code that turn up on the page in the browser. Generated on the fly somehow. Kind of forcing styles on the page, and working against me! They seem to be of the "ui-xxxxx" genre. What in the world is this? Where do I look to learn? Thanks
  5. All my paths are off when calling for modules internally with "include" or "require" ...this is based on me starting the mobile site from within the mobile directory, with a link to say /mobile/index.php Am I missing something about how the mobile site is started and/or linked to...? This is blowing my mind. It hurts. Really hurts. Ouch.
  6. I must have something wrong in the setup. When trying to access the mobile files (in the /catalog/mobile folder) , /mobile/index.php calls /mobile/includes/application_top.php which then calls /catalog/includes/application_top.php which cant call anything because good ol' app_top is nested within /mobile/index.php thus one directory "off " Yelp!
  7. Referencing my above comment: I found the missing instructions for configuring a subdirectory mobile site. If I am not mistaken they were missing from the 7.3.1 full package download. So I have configure.php fixed with define('DIR_FS_MOBILE', DIR_FS_CATALOG . 'mobile/'); However I am confused with the installation instructions that say to delete the file /mobile/includes/configure.php then make a change to the classic site application_top.php as below: require((defined('MOBILE_SESSION') ? 'web/htdocs/www.mystoreurl.com/home/includes/configure.php' : 'includes/configure.php')); Why make a change at all if not using the mobile configure file, and what to do with the "web/htdocs/ ??? Thanks for any help..
  8. Did the upgrade from from iOSC 5.4rev2 for OsC 2.3 to Mobile OSC 6.0rev3 for OsC 2.3 Turning on the MOBILE_SITE blanks out all my webpages...so appears to be problem with mobile_redirect.php Was wondering if problem has anything to do with this in config.php: define('DIR_FS_MOBILE', '/web/htdocs/www.yesichangedthis.com/home/mobile/'); Not sure if the /web/htdocs/ is correct. I am on a standard Apache system Looking for any clues....!!!!!!
  9. Upgraded Osc 2.3.3 step by step to 2.3.3.4 and am now seeing this at the bottom of the screen: INSERT INTO `usu_cache` (cache_name, cache_data, cache_date) VALUES ('', '', '2014-02-02 16:16:08') Goes away if I turn the cache off in SEO Urls 5. Have searched this thread and online, and not found a solution...but still hoping! Thanks
  10. iOSC for OSC 2.3.3 Items with attributes wont update in the mobile shopping cart. Regular items do. All items work as expected in the non-mobile cart. Thanks for any help.
  11. Fixed my issue above. What was missing was the Rewrites in .htaccess
  12. I rebuilt my website website using OSC 2.3 on a test domain. SEO 5 works fine. Now moving the rebuilt OSC to the live website. The links SEO 5 creates are not working, I get 404 messages. I can turn off SEO 5 in OSC Admin, and the non-SEO links work as expected. Could use any hints.....! Thx
  13. I discovered that this modules mods to checkout_payment.php include a second draw-form statement that is a duplicate of the original: echo tep_draw_form('checkout_payment', tep_href_link(FILENAME_CHECKOUT_CONFIRMATION, '', 'SSL'), 'post', 'onsubmit="return check_form();"'); Disabling this line allows the pop-up to work...but I am not sure what other effect disabling it has.
  14. The pop-up error dialog for checkout_payment.php doesnt show when this module is enabled in Admin, but does when it is disabled. Is that by design? By pop-up error dialog, I mean the one that says "Errors have occured during the process of your form. Please make the following corrections:" when you click on Continue. Using 2.3. Help or schooling appreciated.
  15. Does the Autologon occur on any page, or does a visitor have to come thru the login page to auto login? What cookie should I look for, to make sure it is there?